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Still the same. You'd be issued a 30-day visa-free stay upon arrival. I think the 15 days should only apply if you arrived in Thailand, by land, from a neighboring country. You could also apply for a single entry visa in your home country, allowing you to stay in Thailand for 90 days.


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I agree with Tom. Songthaews and tuktuks will make you appreciate Chiang Mai more, and they're definitely a more affordable option. If you have to deal with a car rental company, be very wary and make sure to Google it up and contact the best ones. You might wanna check out EasyTerra.


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If you are a citizen of countries such as UK, USA, Canada, Australia, NZ, EU member nations, then you may qualify for a 30 day entry stamp (aka visa waiver entry). To qualify, you need to 1) document that you will depart Thailand before the 30 days are up (confirmed airline booking); 2) prove financial status (10,000 baht for one person). Thai immgration ...


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I can understand your confusion with seemingly official sites (re UK): Visa on Arrival Passport holders from the below 28 countries and territories may apply for visas at the immigration checkpoints on arrival for the purpose of tourism and will be granted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 15 days. The applicant must provide proof of ...


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A couple of possibilities based on your limited details. 1: There is something noted in his passport or a problem with his passport, 2: The UK has placed his name on a watch list, that is shared with other governments. He should check with the nearest passport office to see if his passport has been canceled or blocked in any way or if there is a physical ...


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First of all, here are the names in Thai of the stations you want. Mahachai and Ban Laem are really the same place, but you need to cross the river after arriving at Mahachai to get to Ban Laem, where the second leg begins. วงเวียนใหญ่ = Wongwian Yai มหาชัย = Mahachai บ้านแหลม = Ban Laem แม่กลอง = Mae Klong The timetable you’ve posted ...


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@kenorb Hi, my name is Artem, I actually work at Happyrooms. Found this post occasionally. I'm extremely sorry for this issue. Here is the list of things I will do: Could you please write me your booking # or first and last name — I'll make sure we refund you. I'll make sure we block this hotel sales on our website. I'll make sure our Spanish partner ...


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If it's on a sign hanging in a temple, you can be pretty sure the content of the quote is not offensive, and neither is there any particular taboo about tattooing yourself with Thai characters. That said, visible tattoos on women are quite literally considered "tramp stamps" in Thailand, they're virtually unknown outside prostitution. And it's just ...


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in Ayuthaya also have. you can find out the way to floating market and old capital city. www.elephantstay.com


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As far as I know this itinerary does not exist anymore. There is only Bangkok to Nonthaburi.



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